SupplyEdge provides software solutions for the electronic component for supply chains. The company's primary product, PCNalert.com, notifies subscribers of product change notices (PCNs), or obsolescence notices for electronic components contained in their products. These notifications are critical to these businesses since changes or lack of parts could shut down production lines. PCNalert has substantial relationships with major suppliers and OEMs such as Nortel, HP, Fairchild Semiconductors, and Motorola.
Missing: SupplyEdge's Product Demo & Case Studies
Promote your product offering to tech buyers.
Reach 1000s of buyers who use CB Insights to identify vendors, demo products, and make purchasing decisions.
Missing: SupplyEdge's Product & Differentiators
Don’t let your products get skipped. Buyers use our vendor rankings to shortlist companies and drive requests for proposals (RFPs).
Latest SupplyEdge News
Dec 30, 2016
Global Advertising Revenue to Hit $532 Billion in 2016 as TV’s Reign Nears Its End, IHS Markit Says Four out of the five fastest growing markets are in Africa; Revenue from online advertising will overtake TV within the next five years December 30, 2016 05:30 AM Eastern Standard Time LONDON--( BUSINESS WIRE )--Big brand budgets and quadrennial events such as the Olympics, European Football Championship and US Presidential Election will drive 2016’s global advertising revenue growth to $532 billion. The new figures released by IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO), a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions, are from the annual Global Advertising Trends report from IHS Technology’s Advertising Intelligence Service. “The advertising industry is about to turn the corner thanks to the global economy getting back on track,” said Eleni Marouli, principal analyst, IHS Technology, and report author. Advertising revenue will grow 7.1 percent in 2016 to $532 billion. Strong growth in global real private consumption also buoyed advertising revenue as brands tried to take advantage of heightened consumer spending. Advertising revenue accounted for 0.69 percent of global GDP in 2016, up from 0.66 percent in 2015, the report said. Top 10 markets The top 10 markets make 75 percent of the global revenue figure. “The top 10 markets still account for the lion’s share of global advertising revenue,” Marouli said. “However, their collective power has dropped due slowdowns in the Chinese and Brazilian economies, which were the rising stars in the top 10 in 2015.” The top 10 accounted for 76 percent of global ad revenue in 2015; it dropped to 75 percent in 2016. Fastest growing region: Africa Four out of the five fastest growing countries in 2016 were in Africa. “Ghana and Kenya have been high on the list of many media companies’ expansion plans, and we are seeing growth above 20 percent,” Marouli said. “These markets are still growing from a low base, but the sheer size of their populations means they are becoming interesting targets for big brands.” TV remains number one, but online will overtake by 2020 TV was the number one medium globally for advertising revenue, accounting for $192 billion, or 36 percent, of global revenue. “Despite the incredible growth of online giants like Facebook, Google and Snapchat, the TV market continues to benefit from big brand budgets,” Marouli said. “Quadrennial events such as the Olympics, the European Football Championship and the US elections helped keep TV on top.” However, revenue from online advertising will overtake TV within the next five years. “In some countries such as the UK, online already accounts for almost 50 percent of total advertising revenue and will only keep getting stronger” Marouli said. In 2016, online advertising will account for almost $160 billion, or 30 percent of global revenue. Print advertising sits in third with $101 billion, followed by radio with 8.4 percent of the market and $47 billion in revenue. In the US, TV advertising revenue will make up roughly 38 percent of the country’s total; online is just behind with 36 percent. In China, online advertising revenue will be 17 percent greater than TV advertising revenue, a difference of $15 billion. Israel, Switzerland and the US top the ad spend per person The most mature markets are mostly high GDP per capita markets, according to the IHS Technology report. Israel topped the list at $719, followed by Switzerland and the US. China generated only $65 per person in advertising, despite being the second largest advertising market. Zimbabwe was the last on the list with $0.002 ad revenue per person per year. Expect double-digit growth in 2017 “We expect global advertising revenue will grow to $590 billion in 2017,” Marouli said. “The strongest growth will come from the Middle East and Africa, followed by Asia Pacific, where India and Indonesia will steal the show.” Developed markets are likely to slow down in an “event-light”, following the high spending for the Olympics and the US elections, the IHS Technology report said. Online will continue to be the fastest growing medium at 14 percent, however, a slowdown in the revenue growth of Google and Facebook, is likely as the two are not attracting TV budgets to their online video offerings as fast as they had hoped. About the IHS Technology Advertising Intelligence Service IHS Technology Advertising Intelligence Service provides its clients with a holistic and global view of a rapidly evolving advertising and marketing landscape. Developed and maintained by a team of expert analysts, it offers accurate, continuously updated market data, forecasts and reports that give our clients deep perspective on a dynamic advertising market. As the only global product that offers the same detail and scope for both established and emerging media, IHS Technology provides a unique, independent and objective view. To learn more about the report in this news release, click here. About IHS Markit ( www.ihsmarkit.com ) IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO) is a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions for the major industries and markets that drive economies worldwide. The company delivers next-generation information, analytics and solutions to customers in business, finance and government, improving their operational efficiency and providing deep insights that lead to well-informed, confident decisions. IHS Markit has more than 50,000 key business and government customers, including 85 percent of the Fortune Global 500 and the world’s leading financial institutions. Headquartered in London, IHS Markit is committed to sustainable, profitable growth. IHS Markit is a registered trademark of IHS Markit Ltd. All other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners © 2016 IHS Markit Ltd. All rights reserved. Contacts
SupplyEdge Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is SupplyEdge's headquarters?
SupplyEdge's headquarters is located at 2700 East Foothill Boulevard, Pasadena.
What is SupplyEdge's latest funding round?
SupplyEdge's latest funding round is Other Investors.
Who are the investors of SupplyEdge?
Investors of SupplyEdge include General Atlantic, Fluke Venture Partners and California Technology Ventures.
Who are SupplyEdge's competitors?
Competitors of SupplyEdge include Tririga.
Compare SupplyEdge to Competitors
CarbonFlow develops and markets software for carbon market participants. We address the process inefficiencies and supply hurdles in the current carbon market. CarbonFlow works to drastically lower the cost and time it takes to create a credit. Our product suite also improves the velocity and transparency of this growing market, while enabling the expansion of the carbon credit supply. Our Carbonflow suite enhances productivity, reduces both administration costs and the financial risks of managing Greenhouse Gas (GHG) offset projects, and manages the delivery of certified carbon credits for buyers and sellers worldwide. These carbon markets have accelerated since the inception of the "cap-and-trade" market system of the Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and in 2006 exceeded US$30 billion in total value.
CarbonSystems is a provider of sustainability software that aims to help companies manage their carbon, energy, environmental and social responsibility performance and operate more efficiently by driving cost savings in their use of energy, fuel, gas, water, waste, and other environmental metrics.CarbonSystems' core technology was developed in 2004 to read electricity smart meters. Per the company, clients use the company's Enterprise Sustainability Platform (ESP) to streamline and automate the capture, management and reporting of their sustainability metrics.
Verisae provides a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform for large, complex organizations to centrally manage energy usage, equipment maintenance lifecycles, and related environmental efficiency and compliance. The company's software tracks supply and demand-side energy usage down to the equipment and facility level, equipment performance through exceptions monitoring and alarms, and work orders and third-party service providers. This is accomplished through a central database, software solution, and reporting system.
Enviance designs Internet-based environmental compliance solutions. Enviance systems provide complete collection, distribution, analysis and reporting of environmental health and safety data. In January 2020, Enviance was acquired by Cority, terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
Prenova is an energy management solutions providers. The company aims to help organizations pay less for energy, use less energy, reduce maintenance and energy-asset costs and reliably predict and direct their energy strategies. Prenova's delivery platform aims to enable the company to leverage existing customer assets to produce immediate, enhanced investment returns through reductions in both direct (price, tariff, utility payments) and indirect (usage, assets, maintenance) energy costs, while simultaneously improving reliability of business operations.In November 2011, Prenova was acquired by Ecova. The valuation of Prenova was undisclosed. Other terms of the deal were not released.
Hara aims to provide environmental and energy management solutions which help organizations optimize natural resource consumption and reducing environmental impact. Hara gives customers auditable transparency and control of their organizational metabolism the collective resources consumed and expended by an organization (energy, fossil fuels, water, waste, carbon and other resources) to improve their operational efficiency, maximize shareholder value and manage risks.
Discover the right solution for your team
The CB Insights tech market intelligence platform analyzes millions of data points on vendors, products, partnerships, and patents to help your team find their next technology solution.